Throughout the 1950s, Sarah Lawrence College’s progressive education model and commitment to academic freedom made it the target of a number of anti-communist smear campaigns.
Did you ever wonder where your great-grandparents came from or why there are so many missing names on your family tree?
In the early 20th century the Crestwood neighborhood was physically separated from the rest of Yonkers and its resources, including the downtown branch of the Yonkers Public Library.
Between 1918 and 1921, various groups associated with the labor movement in the United States founded at least 20 colleges and institutes geared specifically towards workers.1 These schools were not intended to funct
African American Heritage Trails: Explores the History and Legacy of African Americans in Westchester County
Written by Aliya Moudud, a sophomore at Sarah Lawrence College studying politics and advocacy work.
Histories of Change, Continuity, and Community: Yonkers presents a new episode focused on education and accessibility in Yonkers.